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Breathing Cage Plays Wine Cellar, Auckland
Nov
18
8:00 PM20:00

Breathing Cage Plays Wine Cellar, Auckland

25 years on Breathing Cage are lined-up to do two gigs at Aucklands Wine Cellar in November with all four original members. 

Following up a performance earlier this year at Christchurchs Blue Smoke, the band will perform material from Misericord (the result of winning the somewhat controversial Rheineck Rock Award) along with other Jay Clarkson-penned songs filling out the rest of the set, such classics as The Man With No Desire, Memory Lane and The Boy With the Sad Hands. 

Jay Clarkson will also perform a short set of songs solo and singer-songwriter Rex Vizible will open the evening. 

Breathing Cage is: Jay Clarkson (The Expendables, Playthings, The Containers) vocals and guitar, Gary Sullivan (Jean Paul Satre Experience, Solid Gold Hell, Dimmer) on drums, Michael Kime on bass, Greg Malcolm (Surfing USSR, The Ivor Cultler Band). 

Jay Clarksons Breathing Cage
17th and 18th, Wine Cellar, Auckland

Limited tickets from UTR and Flying Out. $15 Plus Booking Fee

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Catherine Tunks (Feat.) Kim Halliday at Hallertau Brew Bar, Riverhead
Nov
18
1:30 PM13:30

Catherine Tunks (Feat.) Kim Halliday at Hallertau Brew Bar, Riverhead

Catherine Tunks (The Beautiful Dreamers/Black Sand DIva) and Kim Halliday (Pacific Curls) re-unite for an afternoon of original soul, jazz, R&B and gospel country blues at Hallertau Biergarten.

Two seriously diverse female touring musicians that have both travelled the globe with their individual unique acts, bringing together their individual blend of world, jazz, country, and soul geners into the musical mixing pot for one show only.

A family friendly event - grab a seat early and enjoy this rare show from two of NZ's finest female musicians.

Cat Tunks - Vocals/acoustic guitar
Kim Halliday - (guitar)

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Breathing Cage Plays Wine Cellar, Auckland
Nov
17
8:00 PM20:00

Breathing Cage Plays Wine Cellar, Auckland

25 years on Breathing Cage are lined-up to do two gigs at Aucklands Wine Cellar in November with all four original members. 

Following up a performance earlier this year at Christchurchs Blue Smoke, the band will perform material from Misericord (the result of winning the somewhat controversial Rheineck Rock Award) along with other Jay Clarkson-penned songs filling out the rest of the set, such classics as The Man With No Desire, Memory Lane and The Boy With the Sad Hands. 

Jay Clarkson will also perform a short set of songs solo and singer-songwriter Rex Vizible will open the evening. 

Breathing Cage is: Jay Clarkson (The Expendables, Playthings, The Containers) vocals and guitar, Gary Sullivan (Jean Paul Satre Experience, Solid Gold Hell, Dimmer) on drums, Michael Kime on bass, Greg Malcolm (Surfing USSR, The Ivor Cultler Band). 

Jay Clarksons Breathing Cage
17th and 18th, Wine Cellar, Auckland

Limited tickets from UTR and Flying Out. $15 Plus Booking Fee

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Echo Children Live at Cityside Baptist Church - Save Hard to Find Bookstore
Oct
28
6:00 PM18:00

Echo Children Live at Cityside Baptist Church - Save Hard to Find Bookstore

The Hard to Find Second Hand Bookstore in Onehunga needs your help! 

Help us raise funds to maintain our historic building and enjoy an evening of the sweet sounds of Auckland's own Echo Children and the spoken word magic of South Auckland Poets Collective. 

Standard tickets ($15) are available now from Under The Radar! Tickets including 2x drinks ($35) are also available for purchase directly from the bookstore in Onehunga.

http://www.undertheradar.co.nz/gig/56546/Hard-To-Find-Books-Benefit-Gig.utr

Please join us at 6pm on Saturday 28th October at Cityside Baptist Church.

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Radio Coma Single Release Show w/ Solomon Cole Band and Duck Duck Goose
Oct
21
8:00 PM20:00

Radio Coma Single Release Show w/ Solomon Cole Band and Duck Duck Goose

Auckland based blues rockers Radio Coma are pleased to unleash their raw, high energy Zeppelinesque new single 'Too Young To Die'.

Evoking blues the likes of Hendrix, Rival Sons, Jack White and The Black Keys, the four piece formed in 2016, coming together in New Zealand from different corners of the world to create heavy rock'n roll grooves.

Radio Coma combines a host of influences to their riff-driven songwriting, replete with hard-hitting drums and soaring soulful vocals from Jo Kelsey; a classically trained vocalist with a rock attitude rooted in the bluesy sounds of Etta James, Robert Plant and Aretha Franklin

'Too Young To Die' was written and recorded in the band's home, The Blue House, and is entirely self produced, keeping Radio Coma’s sound honest, raw and energetic. It's a feel-good song about living in the moment, enjoying yourself, and fighting for what you believe in. 

To celebrate the single release Radio Coma will be performing at Galatos Basement with fellow rockers The Solomon Cole Band and Duck Duck Goose on October 21st. Tickets available from www.undertheradar.co.nz

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Songs For Homeless: Mika Haka
Oct
10
8:00 PM20:00

Songs For Homeless: Mika Haka

I would like to invite you and friends to attend the Late Night Art activation Songs for Homeless, this Tuesday Oct 10 at 8pm in St Matthew-in-the-city (behind Sky City) Hobson Street.

This live performance - scored by Penny Dodd and composed by her string quartet – will derive from Mika Haka’s power house repertoire; 2011 Māori Pop Opera show Pō ~ Beautiful Darkness within the historical St Matthew-in-the-City church.

This performance forms part of my Art Installation Pōhutukawa Chi to remember the lives lost to suicide in NZ this year. People can add their own messages to the installation which is outdoors and hangs on the tree behind St Matthew in the city.

Admission for Oct 10 is healthy non-perishable FOOD for the City Mission!

Mika Haka Foundation (MHF) wish to help Auckland City Mission, by organising healthy food donations upon entry, to feed Auckland’s homeless - supporting City Mission’s cause toward this ongoing issue.

MHF will also be gifting the Gareth Morgan LIFELINE donation as well as supporting a whanau living with cancer.

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AUAHA - TE PARI O AUAHATANGA, THE FLOOD OF INSPIRATION
Oct
6
6:45 PM18:45

AUAHA - TE PARI O AUAHATANGA, THE FLOOD OF INSPIRATION

AUAHA - TE PARI O AUAHATANGA, THE FLOOD OF INSPIRATION

Concert involving 8 musicians which relays a journey taken on the Whanganui River in April of this year. All compositions are original and were inspired by this journey. The concert is made up of a mixture of instrumental pieces, traditional Maori chant and waiata structures blended with contemporary genres and instruments. 

Friday 6 October, 6.45pm - The Eastbourne, Corner of Eastbourne and Hastings Streets, Hastings

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